Peachfuzz

Peachfuzz “Raise High Your Bright Halo of Stars”
Review by Rich Cocksedge

Peachfuzz have at times sounded a little bit like a number of bands that have had rock and roll at their core including the likes of Stereophonics, Foo Fighters and Soul Asylum.  However, the overriding comparison in the time I’ve been listening to the band would be to the latter day Social Distortion

Symbol Six

toperSYMBOL SIX - DIRTYLAND
Jailhouse Records CD/LP & Digital Formats OUT NOW
Album Review by: Svenja Block

A ferocious, and dirty rock’n’roll comeback for Californian Punk Rockers Symbol Six with this latest 12 track studio album.

Sham 69


Sham 69
100 Club, London  27/2/2015
Reviewer: David Bignell
Photos: Svenja Block

Human Punk Proudly present…

A band as popular as Sham 69 are always likely to fill a venue so it goes without saying that the legendary 100 Club  in London’s Oxford Street was going to be rammed  -  sold out to be precise – tonight. Also Jimmy Pursey had chosen this special evening to celebrate a milestone (his 60th Birthday). It started off as a secret shindig but word got out and the party goers came in their droves. Human Punk were proud to present a memorable evening which began with ‘Dirt Royal’ taking to the stage followed by the very lively ‘Knock Off’. This was a great start for what was about to follow.

Post No Bills

“Rock ‘n’ Roll, Hoochie Koo
Lawdy mama light my fuse” – Rick Derringer

Post No Bills – March 2015
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NAMM JAM 2015

6th annual NAMM JAM 2015
Steel Panther, Hardcore Superstar
Affliction, Jonny Coffin
Otherwise, Nick Colionne
Live report by Mila Reynaud

Paul Zone “Playground”

Playground
Growing Up in the New York Underground
Paul Zone with Jake Austen
Photography by Paul Zone
Book Review by Lucky
Additional Photography by Mila Reynaud

One of the highlights for me this past year was the release of Paul Zone’s “Playground”.  Of many things acquired, I keep going back to Zone’s publication again and again, spending untold hours perusing pages filled with illustrious photos that take the reader to a different place, a different time.